|This weekend, recording artiste Nesbeth is set to unveil the much-anticipated music video for ‘Blood Letter’, another thought-provoking single produced by his recording imprint Entertainment Soul Ltd. The visual shot by burgeoning filmmakers Studio 9 tells a tale of the social perils faced by the less fortunate and the need for self-love, especially for those of African descent as the ‘My Dream’ hit-maker sings, “Say it loud I’m black and I’m proud” but also reminds people about the needs for tolerance and unity with the lines, “loving my race does not make me a racist, so if you love your race there is no need for hatred, love is amazing once reciprocated”. The narratives are further emboldened by the meticulously gritty visuals shot throughout the Kingston and St. Andrew metropolis and serve as a clarion call to those who care to heed to the message of love and unification lest we fall victim to division, anarchy, and bloodshed.|
|“This song means a lot to me because it represents for generations of people throughout the world, especially those who have been marginalized and disenfranchised by the socio-economic challenges within society and yet continues to prevail. There is a lot of division and hatred in the world and with everything that is happening the current climate is ripe for a revolution, therefore as one of the many voices of influence it is my duty to remind people that unity is the only way forward for us as human beings.” – Nesbeth exclaimed.|
In recent weeks the Rastafarian singer has been posting several cryptic messages via social media that had fans concerned about the somewhat bizarre behavior and the well-being of the artiste. While initially ignoring the claims, his management has stepped forward to quell the uncertainty citing that is all is well with the artiste and his mental health. For the past few years Nesbeth has lived a life filled with physical and spiritual trials and triumphs, but through it all, what has become most evident is the strength of his mental resolve and noticeable growth in his music.